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- I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he? 12 answers
Reading the news last week one sentence jumped out at me and has been bothering me since:
When Tommy Thompson and his longtime companion did leave the hotel room, usually alone and her more than him, they would use a combination of buses, taxis and walking around to shake anyone who might be tailing them.
Original article, second paragraph, here: Link to CBC
HER left the hotel more than HIM?
While her more than him is certainly used - especially in N.America - more often than she more than he, surely she/he here is actually correct?
I've searched Google for "he/she vs her/him" and found many pages discussing this but nothing which will definitively set my mind at ease.